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Japan Creates Rare-Earth-Free Fe-Ni Magnet at Low Cost
Nov 24,2015 09:13CST
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Researchers from Tohoku University in Japan have succeeded in producing a completely rare-earth free high-quality FeNi magnet, the university said on its website.

SHANGHAI, Nov. 24 (SMM) –Researchers from Tohoku University in Japan have succeeded in producing a completely rare-earth free high-quality FeNi magnet, the university said on its website. 

Makino's research group has succeeded in producing the magnet by utilizing high atomic diffusivity at low temperatures, when crystallizing from amorphous state, the university added.  

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